|Thomas Egeskov Petersen|
Thomas Egeskov Petersen is a Danish composer, sound designer and programmer. Around 1986, he started programming on the Commodore 64. He immediately became good at programming on the C64 and designed his own sound driver for it. In February 1990, he joined Jeroen Tel's music group, Maniacs of Noise. In the 90s, he was composing music in both trackers and MIDI sequencers. In 2005, he returned to C64 programming and designed another sound driver and an editor called SID Factory, based on a popular driver and editor developed from 1988 to 1991 by Jens-Christian Huus (also known as JCH).
Petersen wrote his own sound engines and editors (TFA/Laxity Editor, SID Factory and SID Factory II). The early TFA / Laxity Editors are more-or-less convenient frontends for HEX and assembler editing. From SID Factory and onwards, his music was composed using tracker-style editing.
Petersen wrote two sound drivers for the GBC, MPlay and MPlay2. MPlay used converted music-data from the C64, while his later GBC-music was composed using Fasttracker II on the PC and then converted and merged with MPlay2.
For Davis Cup, Petersen used custom sound driver.
- m-studios.dk - Official.
- facebook.com/LaxityMoN - Facebook.
- dk.linkedin.com/pub/thomas-egeskov-petersen/2/71b/384 - LinkedIn.